Sleep Sample Clauses

Sleep. When does each person generally wake up and go to bed? (Any exceptions? Exams, job, etc.?) Do you set alarms that could wake up others? Are you a light sleeper (sensitive to noise, light, movement)? How will you handle issues, like waking or keeping each other up?
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Sleep. You will have the opportunity for eight hours of sleep and will be required to wake between 6 and 8 am every morning. This routine allows you to take advantage of daylight and promotes health. Participants go to bed when the leaders do. Accommodations are never coed and are strictly for sleeping.
Sleep. ‌ If an Employee is assigned an in house call adjacent to a regular shift, or is required to work extended hours where they may become too fatigued to safely drive home, the Employer’s department will collaborate with the Employee to identify appropriate space for rest.
Sleep. After ten (10) hours on layover pay, the driver shall be off for ten (10) hours;
Sleep. The reduced power state that the product enters automatically after a period of inactivity. In addition to enter- ing Sleep automatically, the product may also enter this mode 1) at a user set time-of-day, 2) immediately in response to user manual action, without actually turning off, or 3) through other, automatically-achieved ways that are related to user behaviour. all product features can be enabled in this mode and the product must be able to enter active mode by responding to any potential input options designed into the product; however, there may be a delay. Poten- tial inputs include external electrical stimulus (e.g., network stimulus, fax call, remote control) and direct physical intervention (e.g., activating a physical switch or button). The product must maintain network connectivity while in Sleep, waking up only as necessary. Note: When reporting data and qualifying products that can enter Sleep mode in multiple ways, Program Participants should reference a Sleep level that can be reached automatically. If the product is capable of automatically entering multiple, successive Sleep levels, it is at the manufacturer’s discretion which of these levels is used for qualification purposes; however, the default-delay time provided must correspond with whichever level is used.
Sleep. Don’t forget these students are probably living on a normal sleep schedule and may not want to stay up until 3:00 a.m. Many will have ap- pointments with faculty members and/or have admission interviews early the next day – we want them to be awake during these appointments! Also, while it is certainly fine to introduce your prospective student to your significant other, please do not have your partner spend the night in your room with your guest. Some students may feel uncomfortable with this situation. Finally, please refrain from public displays of affection in front of your guest as they might be put in an uncomfortable position.
Sleep. Advice and guidance on musculoskeletal, mental health and healthy lifestyles; Health-check questionnaires, which City of York Council Personnel will be able to complete online. On submission of the questionnaire, City of York Council Personnel shall be provided with immediate results, feedback and guidance as to lifestyle options and/or sources of further support and guidance, including a lifestyle behaviour change programme. City of York Council Personnel shall also receive an online and/or e-mail version of the completed report and recommendations; An online newsletter, which reflects current topics including publicity on national and local campaigns. The Supplier shall include in such newsletters specific messages that the City of York Council wish to make available to its City of York Council Personnel; Access to all training material which has been developed for the Contracting Authorities; and Access to all Supplier standard training materials, which they include as part of their standard Service offering. The Supplier shall ensure that all City of York Council Personnel who access the online portal shall be requested to complete a confidential questionnaire which targets feedback on the online portal in relation to it effectiveness, accessibility and relevance. Such results will be anonomised and provided to the City of York Council as part of the monthly management information and used by the supplier to develop the online provision. The Supplier shall update the online portal at regular intervals with all relevant material to support the Services and health and wellbeing of City of York Council Personnel.
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Sleep. 2.1. The Voluntary Agreement does not have any effect on previously deployed equipment. The Cable Operators nonetheless specifically commit to go beyond this general principle. The Cable Operators will continue the deployment which commenced in September 2012 of new Set-Top Boxes with “light sleep” capabilities while still preserving their functionality and of software updates enabling “light sleep” to certain models of deployed DVRs that have been placed in service prior to the Effective Date and are capable with commercially reasonable efforts of implementing “light sleep.”
Sleep. We recognise parents’ knowledge of their child with regard to sleep routines and will, where possible, work together to ensure each child’s individual sleep routines and well-being continues to be met. However, staff will not force a child to sleep or keep them awake against his or her will. They will also not usually wake children from their sleep. Staff will discuss any changes in sleep routines at the end of the day and share observations and information about children’s behavior when they do not receive enough sleep.
Sleep. Sleep disruption may lead to mental disorders, due to a disruption to the memory reorganisation process (Xxxxxxxx et al., 2014). A cross-sectional questionnaire based study, involving 410 Saudi Arabian medical students, observed low-performing students, in academic assessments, had later bed- times than high performing peers (XxXxxxxx et al., 2012). Xxxxxxxxxx et al. (2012) observed a significant relationship between daytime sleepiness and academic performance, in their self-administered, questionnaire-based study of first, second and third-year medical students. Female students were also observed to have more sleep disorder than males (Xxxxxxxxxx et al., 2012). An association has been observed between medical students’ sleep quality and stress, immediately before a pre-clinical examination, and subsequent performance in the examination (Xxxxxxx et al., 2012). The authors found no association, between performance and general term-time sleep quality and stress; the work comprised a self-completed survey, involving 144 participants and a response rate of just 23%, and so it is possible that bias was introduced. A self-administered questionnaire study was undertaken by Valic et al. (2014) to determine any relationships between sleep habits and academic performance of 447 high and low performing Croatian dental students. High- performing individuals went to bed earlier and woke earlier than the low- performing students, though the total time spent asleep did not vary between the two groups.
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